The poems in Black Suede Cave meditate on the space inside us, where darkness and imagination animate the unknowable. They illuminate the shadows of memory that slip into our darker corners, reveal by lamplight the furtive nightscape of Toronto, and ponder how loss creates its own places of reflection about what we have loved.
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About the Author
David Reibetanz? poems have appeared in periodicals such as The Fiddlehead, The Antigonish Review, The Malahat Review, and Descant, and in the anthologies In Fine Form and Poetry as Liturgy. He has been awarded the E. J. Pratt Poetry Medal, the Norma Epstein National Literary Prize, and First Prize in the Petra Kenney Younger Poets Poetry Competition. He lives and teaches high school in Toronto.